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Early Greek Phiosophy and Ancient Concepts of Mental Health: An Evolutionary Analysis
|Title:||Early Greek Phiosophy and Ancient Concepts of Mental Health: An Evolutionary Analysis|
|Authors:||Moritsugu, Kenneth Paul|
|Contributors:||Burns, Alfred (advisor)|
|Date Issued:||Jun 1967|
|Abstract:||The Classic Greek and Roman attitudes toward mental disorders were intimately related to philosophioal attitudes, and underwent a parallel evolution. It is interesting to note the similarity of the conoepts expressed by Plautus with that of the introspective school of psychology in reoent years; that is, a systematio analysis of experienoe by the individual who examines himself in retrospect wi tit the aid of the inquirer in all pertinent aspeots concerning the possible nature of his ailment.|
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Honors Projects for European Languages and Literature|
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